Various Locations Manufacturing Plants in the U.S.
See manufacturing in action across the U.S. on October 5, 2012
Manufacturing Day has been designed to expand knowledge about and improve general public perception of manufacturing careers and manufacturing's value to the U.S. economy. Manufacturing Day is for students, parents, educators, media, customers, suppliers and the community at large. Visitors will learn about real career opportunities, training, and resources. In addition, manufacturers will learn about business improvement resources and services delivered through manufacturing extension partnerships.
Manufacturers - Schedule Your Company's Manufacturng Day Event
Find a Manufacturing Day Event to visit
- Tell your company's story
- Dispel outdated myths about manufacturing
- Inspire a new generation of manufacturers
- Connect with potential customers in your community
- Learn about manufacturing extension partnerships that can improve your efficiencies and work force skills and boost your profits
- Visit other manufacturers to initiate business relationships and learn what is being made in your community
If you are employed in a non-manufacturing service industry such as accounting, business and shop supplies, business services, education, media or if you are a student.*
*Students under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult or participate as part of a school group.
- Visit manufacturers on Oct. 5, 2012 and learn:
- What modern manufacturing facilities are really like these days
- What the companies located in your community make and who they sell to
- What kinds of jobs are available in manufacturing
- What skills and background are needed to qualify for today's manufacturing jobs